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The Leadership Studies program establishes as its central tenet self, voice, and action in that women lead from where they are as adult learners who comprise diverse ages, identities, and multicultural backgrounds. A minor in Leadership Studies examines the theoretical frameworks and contextual applications of leadership, allowing students to survey the practice and enactment of leadership.
As the world changes, students are demanding more integrative approaches to education and professional development. Communities are becoming more important as individuals recognize the power of their combined voices. Employees are demanding more balance between their work and family lives, and the new world economy is challenging us to interact with diverse cultures through new mediums. The leaders of today and tomorrow must incorporate diverse standpoints and inclusive practices in their interactions with local and global communities.
Within the Leadership Studies Program the choice of a Minor in Leadership Studies will create significant connections with the student's major program, whether in business administration, communication, information technology studies, or law and society.
In choosing a minor in Leadership Studies, a student will enhance her major and minor areas. An alumna of the college, or future non-degree-seeking student from the Denver community, will enhance her professional development in the workplace with coursework toward a certificate in Leadership Studies.
The study of leadership through a gendered lens will develop a student's
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